Treat Mom to Mother’s Day Brunch in Kansas City—Here’s Where to Go

Looking for a special way to shower your mom with the affection and attention she deserves this Mother’s Day? 

Give mom the perfect start to her day with Mother’s Day Brunch at one of Kansas City’s many brunch spots. 

Searching out bottomless mimosas and breakfast cocktails? In the mood for elegant ambience? Need a spot with a great buffet? Maybe somewhere that leads to other fun activities? Or a brunch pick with a great patio? Don’t fret, we have you covered. Here’s where to go.

Bristol Seafood Grill Locations in Downtown KC and Leawood

Take mom out for an upscale, three-course brunch at either of Bristol’s Kansas City area locations. For $59-$69 per person, you’ll have entrée options, such as seared Georges Bank sea scallops, a 6-ounce filet mignon, and twin Canadian cold-water lobster tails—plus an appetizer and dessert. Don’t forget to order mom a martini, on Mother’s Day brunch martinis are two for $20. 

Café Sebastienne Located in the Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art

You’ll be surrounded with artistic flair while enjoying brunch at Café Sebastienne. The café features two unique spaces—an intimate dining room with a floor-to-ceiling paintings by Frederick James Brown and an architectural, natural light-filled courtyard. From duck pastrami to classic biscuits and gravy, there’s something for everyone. Make a day of it and tour the Kemper Museum after brunch. Current art exhibits include Natalie Frank: Unbound, Seven Posts: A Gift Fit for a Queen, and more.

Chicken N’ Pickle Locations in North Kansas City and Overland Park

Add some friendly competition to Mother’s Day brunch at Chicken N’ Pickle. Both local locations are offering brunch specials on croque madame skillets, grilled salmon, and mimosa bars. After brunch, you can play a game of pickleball and get a special gift for mom from a local pop-up. Kendra Scott and Sweet Streams Lavender are popping at the North KC location, and the Flatlanders Flower Truck and Nickel & Suede are popping up in Overland Park.

Harvey’s at Union Station

Looking to sample a bit of everything on the Mother’s Day brunch menu? Stop by Harvey’s at Union Station for a full buffet of anything you or mom could hope to order. From a carving station with prime rib and glazed ham to hot and cold stations with chicken and biscuits, gourmet mac and cheese, smoked salmon, assorted desserts, and more, fill your plate with all you can eat for $27.50 per person. Right in the heart of Union Station, there’s plenty to experience with mom after brunch too. 

Pearl Tavern Located in Lee’s Summit

Pearl Tavern is expanding the restaurant’s regularly extensive brunch menu with even more options on Mother’s Day with delicacies like mushroom stuffed salmon, a tavern boil—made with shrimp, crab legs, Yukon gold potatoes, andouille sausage, and fresh corn—lobster mac and cheese, and so much more. Plus, a wide range of choices for brunch cocktails, wine, and beer.

Rye KC Locations on the Country Club Plaza and in Leawood

From smoked-salmon toast to bacon, cheddar, and chive quiche, steak and eggs, burnt-end hash, chicken salad, shrimp and grits, and more, there’s plenty of mouthwatering options to choose from at Rye KC. With locations on the Plaza and in Mission Farms, you can take mom out for a day of shopping after brunch.

Third Street Social Locations on the Country Club Plaza and in Lee’s Summit

If you and mom are seeking brunch with elevated cocktails, Third Street Social is the place to go. Some choices to try are the Lavender Bee, bourbon peach tea, pineapple upside down martinis, $19.95 bottomless mimosas, and more. You won’t be disappointed. Plus, special Mother’s Day brunch options include yummy treats, such as baked bananas foster French toast, brownsugar-glazed ham, chicken pot pie, and more. 

Trezo Maré Located in The Village at Briarcliff

We recommend grabbing a spot on the patio overlooking downtown and the Missouri River at Trezo Maré. Mother’s Day brunch options will be flowing with a diverse buffet complete with a carving station, made-to-order omelets, a seafood bar, continental bar, kids’ bar, and a dessert bar stocked with brunch favorites. For $29 per adult, it’s all you can eat. Plus, enjoy a cocktail or two, such as the Trezo bloody mary made with bacon-infused vodka or a mango chili mimosa.